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Eric Beranger appointed CEO of MBDA

Posted 16 May 2019 · Add Comment

Eric Beranger is to be MBDA’s new Chief Executive Officer, with effect from 1st June 2019, replacing Antoine Bouvier.


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Over the past 20 years Eric (above) has worked in a number of senior positions in Airbus Defence and Space and most recently led global communications company, OneWeb Ltd.

Speaking of the news, Eric Beranger said: “Having delivered growth, innovation and transformation in high technology businesses, it is an honour for me to be joining MBDA, a truly world-leading European missile systems company.

"As a champion of European industrial integration, I am looking forward to bringing all my knowledge, experience and energy to MBDA - the benchmark of successful European integration within the defence sector.”

MBDA Chairman Chris Boardman said: “Eric joins MBDA with an excellent track-record and we wish him a very warm welcome. Antoine has led MBDA through more than a decade of business growth and his personal commitment and contribution has ensured the continued development of MBDA as a global player and European champion in the field of missiles and missile systems. On behalf of the MBDA Board and the Executive and Management Committees I would like to thank Antoine for all his achievements and wish him every success in his new role.”

Antoine Bouvier said: “This is an emotional departure for me and I want to thank all the teams in each of our domestic countries who have, through their work and commitment, enabled us to turn this group into a model of European cooperation and integration. I am confident that Eric, together with the MBDA Board and the Executive team, will continue to pursue this successful strategy.”

 

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